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we start with a fox 10 and good evening. we start with a fox 10 news alert. fire crews on the scene of a deadly house fire in mesa. >> a man was trapped in that burning home and did not make it out alive. fox 10's marcy jones is live. >> it's a very eerie feeling. i'm very sad. you can see the scene here. just a units responded to this house fire here on east dra goon. they tell us when they first arrived on scene, the house right here was absolutely engulfed in flames. now, here's where things took a turn for the worse. there were several family members out here alerting fire fighters that there was one more family member inside. we're hearing that that m man ws trapped. now, unfortunately, we know that that man in his early 50s did not survive. neighbors out here say they're absolutely shocked.
>> nothing like this ever really happens around here. it's mostly calm stuff and nothing really. and to find out that he was deceased in there is crazy. >> reporter: now, as you can see, police and fire units still on the scene. they're still trying to piece together exactly what happened, what led up to this fire being started and they're not releasing the identity of this man just yet. they're waiting until all his family is properly -- notified. >> thanks, marcy. search crews are looking for missing jesse wilson tonight. here's a look in avondale. 10-year-old jesse wilson was last seen nearly three months ago. search crews combing the area for any sign of the little boy at the request of jesse's grandmother. the owners of arizona extreme terrain search and rescue pitching in tonight to help. >> closure for the family is
we're looking in areas that -- that the police and other search and rescues apparently chose to ignore. >> jesse was last scene july 17th. at his home in buckeye. investigators believe he may have climbed out of their home, through a bedroom window. if you have any information, you're asked to call buckeye p.d. a letter sent home to parents in surprise after reports of a man exposg himself near paradise honors high school. the incident happened friday morning around 11:45 outside the fence on the sidewalk near the southwest corner of the campus. police were called but the man was gone by the time officers arrived. he's described as a white man in his late teens to early 20s. more than aens and homes are evacuated after a gas leak in a chandler neighborhood. this happened near mcclintock and the 202. fire crews were called to this
bushfire. fire fighters say they knew it wasn't a normal fire when it kept reigniting after they put water out. crews spent the day looking for where that gas was coming from. >> we have crews and southwest gas roaming the neighborhood trying to figure out where the gas is coming from and we're basically metering house to house. >> families have now returned to their homes. fire fighters are still looking into the source of that gas leak. a fox 10 follow-up now. after two armed robberies at two phoenix-area gay barsz. the victims -- bars. the victims were robbed at gunpoint of their cell phones and wallets. this happened on tuesday night. a 2-year-old, 18-year-old -- 20-year-old, 18-year-old, and a 15-year-old boy have been booked on counts of armed robbery, aggravated assault and
both bars helped lead them to the suspects. investigators say the robberies took place about an hour apart tuesday night. one was in the area of 7th street and tourney. that's just north of indian school road. two victims were robbed at gunpoint in the parking lot of the bunk house bar. the second robbery, just a few miles away, at 10th street and indian school road. police say the suspects walked in through an open robbed customers sitting on the bar's patio. and on to another armed robbery. police looking for a suspect in connection to an armed robbery of a jack in the box. this happened near 99th avenue and lower buckeye road. police say a child was actually standing at the counter when the armed robbery unfolded. the clerk gave the suspect the money and the suspect fired off one round at the cash register before leaving. >> but if you look at his clothing, this really stood out. someone in the neighborhood
clothing. we're fortunate the dad got that child out there of so they didn't get hurt, but now they have to catch the guy. >> if you have any information, you're urged to call silent witness. 480-witness. to chandler where two bicyclists were hit and one of them unfortunately has not survived. police say a distracted driver may be to blame here. this unfolded this morning on arizona avenue near ryan both bicyclists were taken to the hospital where one of them died from their injuries. the other bicyclist's condition is not known tonight. police are still looking into this crash. the caribbean is bracing for impact as one of the most powerful atlantic hurricanes in recent history continues along its path north. it's the strongest hurricane in the atlantic ocean since felix nine years ago. police are doing all they can to
tonight. matthew weakened a little bit as it drenched coastal colombia. >> this powerful storm is roaring across the caribbean on a course that still puts jamaica, haiti, and cuba in the path of potentially devastating winds and heavy rain. fox's janice dean has that story. >> reporter: hurricane matthew strengthened to an extremely powerful and rare category 5 storm last night, with winds sustained at 160 miles per hour before this was the first category 5 storm since hurricane felix in 2007. the storm is projected to hit jamaica and cause flooding krout the caribbean. -- throughout caribbean. officials and residents are doing everything they can to prepare for impact. >> we call on everyone to go to these shelters if necessary if in a dangerous swairks. >> reporter: residents living in
earthquake in 2010 are fearing for their homes and safety. >> we have no other place to live. the children are crying because they're hungry. we don't know what to do. the tents have been destroyed. we're waiting to see what they're going to do for juice in jake where the storm could -- for us. >> reporter: in jamaica where the storm could hit, residents aren't taking any chances. >> we got some ply boards because i'm from the east and because of the windows, we have to get plyboard to button water, lanterns, kerosene oil, the whole works. expected to move north over the next 24 hours. it's unclear whether the storm will make a direct landfall in the u.s. or move more eastward in the atlantic. stay tuned. in new york, janice dean, fox news. >> so much going with this storm. where is it heading now? what places are at risk? >> ty brennan is here with a look at the projected path of matthew. good evening, ty. >> good evening.
and right now it's really just been hanging out just north of colombia in the caribbean. you can see barely moving, coming out of the north-northwest at seven miles an hour. you can see the winds very strong. currently clocking at 150 miles an hour. this is the projected path of matthew. and as you can see, it is in a direct path right now of hitting jamaica, haiti, as well as cuba. so they are already preparing as you saw in that last news story. now, they're going to start to see the effects of that sunday night. the direct hit will come monday. but again, the big question is where this will go from here. a lot of the models are showing that it's going to continue up the coastline, possibly hitting florida here. but again, a lot of the experts are saying that it's too hard right now to measure when and where matthew will continue to go this far out. you can see tuesday, 8:00 p.m., those winds dying down slightly. that's what it is downgraded to
category 3. but of course, we're keeping tabs on this as it makes its way closer to the united states. still ahead at 9:00, here's a former governor of new mexico. gary johnson brings his campaign for president to arizona. his message to voters here. and going, going, gone. part of an old power plant meets the dynamite today in west phoenix. a look at the implosion next a 9:00. and fill 'er up. the reason why you might see gas prices start to rise. >> we catch one the college kids. the devils doing their thing in southern cal. asu trying to beat usc in their own backyards. and the cardinals and the suns. that's coming up later in the
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you may have heard it. a loud boom earlier this morning in the west valley. it was all because apps im -- imploded a piece of arizona history. >> we're a young state. we don't have a lot of things we should be blowing up. but technically -- but there's a water tower and two , and this is part of an old powerpoint, apps, that has -- power plant, apps, that has been around for 8 a years. -- 80 years. >> and quickly. >> courtney griffin was there. >> reporter: 80 years ago, the two aps stacks and water tower were part of an old steam unit. 15 years ago, it stopped operating. [sounds of explosion] >> reporter: today, it was imploded.
kicking up dust that was quickly washed away with water. and just like that, it's gone. all that's left now is rubble that will soon be hauled away and recycled. a bittersweet day for one former employee. >> it's kind of hard in one respect to see it torn down and to know you were part of that. and to have that disappear. at the same time i understand why. >> reporter: mike worked on the plant for 31 years. and eventually became a supervisor. he's seen a lot of change over the decades. are you surprised by how loud it was? >> i was. yeah, it kind of surprised me. i didn't know what to to expect. >> reporter: civil engineers were standing just about 1,000 feet from the towers. >> i know this is a change. you won't be able to see the towers and the stacks in the horizon, but it's a step in the right direction. we've made sure this is as safe
as possible. they're positioned at the base of the structure, so they should be able to fall on themselves. >> reporter: the implosion happened just after 7:00 a.m. near 43rd avenue and buckeye. >> this is probably the last big structures to go down, which was quite exciting, frankly. >> reporter: now what's left is a different view. courtney griffin, fox 10 news. >> i agree. quite exciting, frankly. aps says they do not currently haveny projects on that property. new at 9:00 tonight, phoenix police along with other law enforcement agencies announced the second annual missing in arizona today. the day will take place on november 5th this year. the goal is to raise awareness and support those with loved ones who have gone missing. last year's easement resulted in nine cases -- eecht event resulted in nine days -- nine cases being solved. one woman who went to the event
find a support group of others who are missing loved ones. >> meet people and know kind of give them the chance to see that putt a love of -- a lot of them are still fresh. so even after these years, you can survive. you don't get over it. but you can make it. >> every year there are more than 600,000 people reported missing. there are nearly 2,000 people reported missing in arizona. gas prices this p were pretty low. in fact, they were the cheapest in more than a decade. however, they could soon be on the rise. opec has reached a deal to scale back in its oil production. so oil prices expected to go up. and that means gas prices will, too. so here's a look at where we stand at the pump. according to gasbuddy.com, the average price of gas ringing in right now at $2.08. that's here in phoenix.
price is $2.09. nationally, even higher. the average price is $2.22. prices remaining steady from this time last month. and they're down about 7 cents from this time last year. a reminder, as the weather cools off, these guys are coming out. scorpions are looking to move inside to seek warmth. you might see more of them in your garage apparently. check out it in her house. >> wow. >> yikes. that's a big one. >> it is big. >> wow! thanks for sharing that, pat. that was on our facebook page. fox 10's facebook page. it's not something -- that's not a great segue into weather, you guys. >> no, it's not! >> happy october 1st to all of you. we've got a mixed bag coming up in the next couple of days. we're going see possibility of some showers. then a major cooldown before we warm back up. i'll break it all down for you in our full forecast coming up
it's an event that celebrates bikes and beer and it rolled into tempe town lake. a look at tour defat after the break. and have you connected with me on social media? you should really check out my facebook page. today because i'm celebrating my 35-year anniversary. >> congrats. [applause] >> yeah, thank you. 35 years at fox 10. >> i highly recommend checking it out. >> i put one up. i sound like it's fun. [laughter] >> also, follow me on twitter.
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it's all things bike related. and beer, of course. did $10 -- a $10 crowd to enter. vendors highlighted how riding your bike can be good for you and the community. >> but also to get out of your car, get on a bike. you get to see more things. it's good for businesses. so this pushes people to start riding bikes. after today, a lot of people will continue to ride >> all the donations and proceeds from the beer and merchandise sales will go to tempe-area nonprofits. the japanese friendship garden oapsz its fully ren -- opens its fully renovated art room today. the new renovations cost about $10,000. part of this renovation including new outdoor landscaping and irrigation in the common areas. thesis new renovations -- these new renovations were celebrated
performances and crafts. there was a pond and a 12-foot waterfall. it was an absolutely beautiful day to get out and enjoy all that arizona has to offer. things were absolutely gorgeous. currently out there, 89 degrees. just a light breeze out of the north at three miles an hour. these are the temperatures around the valley. if you want to go take a jog around the neighborhood at this 9:00 hour, 84 in 77 in cave creek. fountain hills at 78. the northern part of the state, things really cooling down. flagstaff current temperature around 50. sedona 68. payson, 64. lake havasu at 86. phoenix 89 and casa grande 81 degrees. the satellite and radar. seeing maybe just a possibility of a few scattered showers in the northern part of our state. but nothing much. and those are starting to clear out as the evening progresses, making for a beautiful evening.
something changes tomorrow. this was a snapshot of your day. 97 degrees today. our normal right around 94. but we didn't hit anywhere near our record that was set back in 1980 when it hit 107 degrees. these are your forecasted lows for tonight. 72 for phoenix. 53 in prescott. flagstaff there at 41. sedona 59. winslow 51. grand canyon around 44 degrees for your overnight low. casa grande 67. and tucsoas tomorrow, things looking absolutely beautiful. a little bit cooler than what we were experiencing today. so 90 in phoenix. 94 in gila bend. sedona 76. flagstaff at 64. grand canyon at 69. and kingman 83. we'll start to see the clouds start to move in tomorrow morning and also the possibilities of maybe a stray hour here or there. the national -- stray shower here or there. the national weather service is giving us a 20% chance.
see the cloud cover around 90 degrees. but i do want to show you your 10-day forecast. we have some big changes. monday, those temperatures really take a nosedive. only 84 degrees. and then look down at your overnight lows. we're talking overnight lows in the upper 50s. we haven't seen that in quite some time. but warming right back up for next weekend. >> sounds good, thank you. hundreds of people packing the phoenix airrt this afternoon for a rally with libertarian presidential candidate gary johnson. >> supporters from all different areas were fired up about his appearance. fox 10's danielle miller was there and she joins us live. >> reporter: there was actually about 300 people at the rally today and a lot of passionate supporters and johnson tells us even if he doesn't win, he feels successful about his campaign and he hopes it will lead to the demise of a two-party system.
party fits all. i've always kind of been in the center anywith a. >> reporter: gary johnson making a stop here in the valley today. hundreds of people packing the rally showing their support for the libertarian presidential candidate. >> so his policies are sound. he's been standing on the same principles since he was last time in 2012. >> reporter: those principles johnson talking about today, his ideals about being fiscally conservative and socially inclusive, and his policies on immigration reform. >> we should make it as easy as to come into this country and work to be able to get a work visa. >> reporter: his rally is on the heels of a previous flub by johnson where he couldn't name a former leader he admires. in recent weeks he didn't recognize a reference to the syrian city of aleppo. he says that shouldn't discredit him as a true candidate. >> you know what? when it comes to world leaders, when it comes to geography f i've got my ipad in front of me, that's a five-second phenomenon.
phenomenon is honesty and integrity and telling the truth. >> reporter: johnson says in order for him to win, he needs to get on the debate stage. he has to get a 15% vote in the national polls in order to do so. >> the presidential debate commission is made up of republicans and democrats that have no intention whatsoever of seeing anyone other than a republican or a democrat on stage. and when you recognize that right now, 50% of americans that are going to register to vote are registering as where is that representation? >> reporter: and another thing, johnson supports which hits close to home for here in arizona, is legalizing recreational marijuana. he does believe it will be legalized in every state and he told us that the last time he smoked it was about five months ago. another ballot measure johnson is not supporting is raising the minimum wage. reporting live, danielle miller, fox 10 news.
visit to prescott valley. it will take place at the event center at 2:00 p.m. doors will open at 11:00. tickets are available on donald trump's website. meet logan. and if you think logan is a fat cat, you would be right. he weighs about 301 pounds. >> that's pretty big. >> that's big for a cat. he has guests at a new hampshire hotel fooled. people think that huge ball of fur lounging on the sidewalk is a raccoon! >> i could see that. >> so do he's got those kind of markings. but it's just a really fat cat. the 8-year-old is triple the weight of an average cat. he spends his day wobbling in front of the best western silver fox hotel in waterville valley. >> hopefully a lot friendlier than a raccoon. >> once you see it's face, you're like, no, that's a cat. but when guests check in, they're just walking into the hotel. they're like, oh, pet petra koon.
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with out question. tonight without question, the toughest test for the sun devil football team so far, asu in southern cal looking to take care of the trojans. i know, that's easier said than done. but it's not like they haven't done it before. how can we forget jaelen strong, long gone. it's up to guys get the job done. usc on the attacks. touchdown. trojans back for more judge wer- juju. 14-6 usc. the trojans starting to wear down that asu defense. justin davis on the run. he can scoot. gets down the sideline. 24-6. manny wilkins looking to bring
he gets sacked, goes down. watch the replay. his left leg gets yught up underneath -- caught up underneath his body. he goes down and he stays down. that is a major injury. he has to leave the field. now it is up to brady white to get the job done in the second half. but brady can't play defense. somebody get a body on juju. he gets the catch. he's weaving through traffic. he's got two words for thesu defense. i'm gone! you can kiss him good-bye. 67 yards for the touchdown. wow, usc too much for asu. devils with their first loss of the year, 41-20. big game here. heisman hopeful lamar jackson in louisville looking to grab the tigers by the tail. jackson is the big name in this game. but the quarterback for clemson,
wawtson looking for mike williams. buying some time and it pays off. he finds williams and williams does the rest. this guy slicker than a greased pig. takes it in for the touchdown. clemson on the board but it's not over yet. one last chance for louisville. cardinals need to get to the two-yard line. break a tackle and he steps out of bounds. are you kidding me? clemson comes up with the big stop. he's out right there. one yard short. final you want more big-time football? oh, yeah. we thought so. big blue michigan taking on a tough wisconsin team. this is a smash mouth type of football game. low scoring. game tied at 7-7. michigan going for it all. spate lets it fly. 46 yards for the touchdown. michigan takes the lead 14-7. but wisconsin would look to
lewis. what an interception. are you kidding me? one-handed interception while he's going down. great body control and great hand. not hands. hand as in one. final score, 14-7 michigan wins it. the number 4 team in the country. tomorrow it's the cardinals back home and looking to get back. the rams will have other ideas. we can't forget about what happened last year. last season the rams came to down and punched the cardinals in the mouth. seve defense. and then the cardinal defense tried to keep it close. campbell coming up with some big tackles. but in the end it was kind of weird to see this coming up right here. larry fitzgerald with a rare mistake. fitz with the fumble. they sound like they're up for this time around. >> obviously it's a big game. they're in first place. they're coming into our house and it didn't get any better than that. >> keep it right here all
excellent draft. the suns.. after an excellent draft, the suns can't wait to hoop it up. i like what i saw from the young guys in the ?summerleague. marquis chris and tyler euless all impressive. the suns with a scrimmage at the walkup skydome. devon book we are the steal. and the bucket -- booker with the steal and the bucket. tyson chandler working down low, throws it down with authority. the suns starting to play some defense her pile with the ball. showing off the hops. he looks nice and fresh. and the rookie as i mentioned, marquis grist, i like this kid. he throws it down. the sunday are getting ready for the regular season. my guys in there all week. we've been together all summer. a great training camp. our young guys are confident and aggressive. our veterans are finding their rhythm. it's all positive leaders for
>> we came in. i feel like training camp started the end of last year. practice picked up at the end of last year. right when coach earl took over. so we've been waiting for this moment, waiting for this season. so training camp was competitive but at the same time we had fun. we switch gears and talk baseball. the t-backs in action. the -- d-backs in action. archie bradley had a good night at the office. he came to play. how about this play. cat-like reflexes. how about the throw t archie bradley, so nice we look at it twice. what a play. stays with it. picks up the ball. bare-handed. makes the throw. oh, by the way, he struck out seven batters as well. mitch hanger at the plate. you can kiss that baby good-bye. and the d-backs win back-to-back games. 9-5. some good stuff from the ryder cup. the u.s. trying to hold on to its lead over the europeans.
how about this. we need more of this in golf. the players hanging out in the gallery with the fans. it's an eagle. he he pulls the string on the yo-yo. it's in the hole and he's pumped up. the u.s. leads by three holes going into the fourth and final day. much more in a matter of minutes. more on the sun devils, the boys taking on the trojans. plus we catch one the cards.
thanks for joining us for fox 10 news at 10:00. we begin with a news alert out of the east valley. fire crews on the scene of a deadly house fire. >> we know that at least one person is dead and let's get to marcy jones who has the latest from the scene. >> very sad night out here. lots of mesa fire units
on scene, they -- the house was absolutely engulfed in flames. now, here's where things took a turn for the worst. there were several family members out here telling fire fighters that there was one more family member inside. unfortunately we know now that that man is in his early 50s and did not survive. neighbors tell us this is shocking. >> scary, my mom was crying about it. on the way back from taco bell it's scary because it could happen to anybody and they still don't know what caused it. they don't know what happened. >> reporter: list are still investigating the cause, what led up to this fire and they're not releasing the identity of this man until there's absolutely sure the next of kin is properly notified. marcy jones, fox 10 news. people getting back in their homes in chandler after a gas leak. more than a dozen homes were evacuated in a neighborhood. fire crews were called to the te
fire fighters knew it -- brushfire. fire fighters knew it wasn't a normal fire because it kept reigniting. everybody has now been allowed to return home. right now search crews are back out in buckeye looking for missing jesse wilson. the 10-year-old was last seen nearly three months ago. search crews are combing the area around buckeye and avondale for any sign of the boy. now, jesse's maternal grandmother. the owners of a to z extreme terrain search and rescue are pitching in to help. if you have any information, you're asked to call buckeye police. we are hearing from the family of a man shot and killed earlier this week in a qt parking lot. adam james was shot on thursday. we spoke to the mother of adam's fiance today who told us he was
father. >> just asking if they turn themselves in, you know, and so that she can have closure. [crying] >> so that -- >> i -- [crying] >> i hate this. >> turn yourself in. that would be the right thing to do. >> police are still searching for the gunman who took off running away from the scene. anyone to call police. three people behind bars in connection with a string of robberies that happened tuesday night. investigators say they happened the same night at two phoenix gay bears. 20-year-old gio vanilyon, andrew saenz and a 15-year-old boy have been booked on counts of armed robbery, aggravated assault, and kidnapping. police say surveillance video at both bars helped lead them to
when a driver hits two bicyclists. the driver may have been distracted earlier today when they hit the riders on arizona avenue and ryan road. both cyclists were taken to the hospital. one of the riders died from their injuries. -- the other bicyclist's condition is not known. you decide 2016. libertarian presidential candidate gary johnson, arriving this the valley to hundreds of fired-up supporters. >> he held a ral today at the phoenix airport >> danielle miller was there. she's live with the latest. >> reporter: a lot of passionate supporters there today. johnson tells us today even if he does not win, he feels successful about his campaign and hopes it will lead to the demise of a two-party system. >> so his policies are sound. he's been standing on the same prims since he was last time in 2012. >> reporter: former new mexico governor gary johnson making a stop here in the valley today.
rally showing their support for for the libertarian presidential candidate. >> i've never believed in one party fits all. >> reporter: those prims johnson talk about -- principles johnson talking about, his ideals about being fiscally conservative and socially inclusive and his policies on immigration reform. >> we should make it as easy as possible for? who wants to come into -- for somebody who wants to our country to work. >> reporter: in recent weeks he didn't recognize a reference to the syrian city of aleppo. he says that shouldn't discredit him as a true candidate. >> what? when it comes to world leaders, when it comes to geography, if i've got my ipad in front of me, that's a five-second phenomenon. but what's not a five-second phenomenon is honesty and integrity and telling the truth. >> reporter: johnson says in order for him to win, he needs to get on the debate stage.
national polls in order to do so. >> the presidential debate commission is made up of republicans and democrats that have no intention whatsoever of seeing anyone other than a republican or a democrat on stage. and when you recognize that right now, 50% of americans that are going to register to vote are registering as independent, where is that representation? >> reporter: another issue johnson supports which hits close to home here in arizona is legalizing recreational marijuana. he does believe it will be legalized in every state and he told us today that he smoked it himself about five months ago. now, another ballot measure johnson is not supporting is raising the minimum wage. reporting live, danielle miller, fox 10 news. republican nominee donald trump defending the comments he made about mexican immigrants during his announcement speech. remember that? trump says that those comments couldn't have been that bad if
nominee. >> because if i said something that was so bad, they wouldn't have had me go through all of these people and win all of these primary races and i'm pretty even in the polsz. or close to even in the polls right now. >> this comes after two chefs backed it on of a lease to make a restaurant at the new trump international hotel in washington, d.c. now, trump has sued both of these chefs for breach of contract. he's seeking damages of more than $10 million from each one illinois bakery is cashing in big on the 2016 elections. this bakery is selling cookies with the candidates' faces on them. >> i think a lot of people are buying the cookies because they think they're somehow like voodoo dolls. if they do something to it, it will affect the candidate. >> yum. looked good to me. the cookies have proven to be a big hit at the bakery.
every single day. and the hillary clinton cookies is proving to be the more popular one right now. the bakery has been selling these cookies for a few weeks now. meanwhile, donald trump will be heading back to arizona for the sixth time on tuesday. this time he's going to prescott valley. the event will take place at the prescott valley event center at 2:00 p.m. doors will open at 11:00. tickets are available on donald trump's website. up next, how police other law enforcement agencies in the valley are hoping to raise awareness for those who have gone missing.
phoenix police along with other law enforcement a phoenix police along with other law enforcement agencies announce the second annual missing in arizona day. >> that day will take place on november 5th this year. the goal of the event is to raise awareness and support for loved ones who for those -- for those with loved ones who are missing. last year's event resulted in nine cases being solved. >> 32 cases were worked on last year and 22 new cases began as a
last year says it helped her find a support group of others who are missing their loved ones. >> meet people and know kind of give them the chance to see that putt a love of them are still fresh. so they could see that even after all these years, you can you don't get over it but you can make it. >> every year there are nearly 2,000 people reported missing in this state. we've been following out of south carolina. the 6-year-old boy who was critically wounded in that school shooting, he didn't make it. he's passed away. jacob hall, another student and first grade teacher were rushed to the hospital after a 14-year-old boy opened fire on a school playground. police say that teen killed his father at their home before heading to the school campus. the 14-year-old shooter is being charged as a juvenile on murder
the teacher and the other wounded student were treated and released from the hospital. a developing situation in the san diego area. demonstrators again turn out on the streets of el cajon protesting the shooting death of an unarmed black man by police. protestors speaking out against the death of alfred alongo. he was shot and killed by police earlier this week. the 38-year-old was shot after reports of erratic behavior. family members say police toll cigarette and went into a shooting stance. that's when officers shot the man several times. the shooting is under investigation. it's an absolutely gorgeous october night out there. hopefully you're able to get out and enjoy the day. we do have some big changes in the forecast. we're talking about the potential for some rain. also a big cooldown. we'll break it all down after the break. stay with us.